MILAN NEWS

Milan have Nigel de Jong and Giacomo Bonaventura back for tomorrow’s showdown with Fiorentina.
Pippo Inzaghi sees tomorrow night’s Milan-Fiorentina as potentially decisive in “the hunt for third place.”
Vincenzo Montella insists his Fiorentina era “is not over,” denies a Milan approach and compliments Pippo Inzaghi.
Alberto Aquilani has reflected that his intention is to stay at Fiorentina and the club know that, but there are no real developments on his contract talks.
Inter target Andrej Kramaric has admitted that Serie A is an attractive proposition, as he reveals surprise at Antonio Conte’s Italy.
Verona have been temporarily successful in appealing a one-game partial closure of their stadium for racist chanting.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has reportedly complained that Roma and Juventus’ midweek defeats have ‘devalued’ Italian football.
Milan right-back Ignazio Abate could be a transfer target for Liverpool, according to reports in England.
Verona say they’ll keep pushing for the truth over racism claims, but it feels like “fighting Kalashnikovs with blowpipes.”
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers warned Mario Balotelli’s best might “not be good enough” after a row over shirt-swapping.
Alberto Gilardino reckons that Milan will be patient with Fernando Torres, despite his scoring difficulties so far.
Milan forward Fernando Torres is not a target for Bundesliga side Schalke, despite reports in Germany earlier this week.
Liverpool legend and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher believes Mario Balotelli will be sold by the Reds before the start of next season.
Mattia De Sciglio has praised Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi for bringing a newfound harmony to the Rossoneri squad.
Milan full-back Ignazio Abate has revealed he was close to joining Roma before Leonardo’s tenure on the Rossoneri bench.
Ignazio Abate has declared that he wants to end his career at Milan, as he reflects on what sums up Pippo Inzaghi’s side best.
Mattia De Sciglio insists he dreams of being Milan captain, despite being linked with Real Madrid.
Milan have backed Verona’s claim there was no racist abuse aimed at Sulley Muntari during Sunday’s game.
Milan midfielder Michael Essien says the football world must act sooner rather than later in order to stop racism in the game.
Hellas Verona released a statement calling accusations of racism against Milan “the low point of our history.”